circos.trackLines {circlize}R Documentation

Add lines to the plotting regions in a same track

Description

Add lines to the plotting regions in a same track

Usage

circos.trackLines(
    sectors,
    x, y,
    track.index = get.current.track.index(),
    col = par("col"),
    lwd = par("lwd"),
    lty = par("lty"),
    type = "l",
    straight = FALSE,
    area = FALSE,
    area.baseline = NULL,
    border = "black",
    baseline = "bottom",
    pt.col = par("col"),
    cex = par("cex"),
    pch = par("pch"),
    factors = sectors)

Arguments

sectors

A factor or a character vector which represents the categories of data.

factors

The same as sectors. It will be removed in future versions.

x

Data points on x-axis.

y

Data points on y-axis.

track.index

Index for the track.

col

Line color.

lwd

Line width.

lty

Line style.

type

Line type, similar as type argument in lines, but only in c("l", "o", "h", "s").

straight

Whether draw straight lines between points.

area

Whether to fill the area below the lines. If it is set to TRUE, col controls the filled color in the area and border controls the color of the line.

area.baseline

Deprecated, use baseline instead.

baseline

The base line to draw area, pass to circos.lines.

border

Color for border of the area.

pt.col

If type is "o", points color.

cex

If type is "o", points size.

pch

If type is "o", points type.

Details

The function adds lines in multiple cells by first splitting data into several parts in which each part corresponds to one factor (sector index) and then add lines in cells by calling circos.lines.

This function can be replaced by a for loop containing circos.lines.

Examples

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[Package circlize version 0.4.13 Index]